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    Quote Originally Posted by PDBreske View Post
    But I will give the link and password to anyone who sends me a PM requesting them.
    I'm curious, how many of us will admit we're pervs and take advantage of your offer???

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    Re: Phil's Photo Thread (NSFW)

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    Quote Originally Posted by PDBreske View Post
    But I will give the link and password to anyone who sends me a PM requesting them.
    I'm curious, how many of us will admit we're pervs and take advantage of your offer???
    LOL ... don't worry about it. None of the images could even remotely be classified as porn. They're much less erotic than Playboy.
    Long before I started hemorrhaging money for guns, I was spending like crazy on photo gear....
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    How big is the watermark with purchased copies?

    (I'm thinking about making this my wallpaper)
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    Quote Originally Posted by PDBreske View Post
    They're much less erotic than Playboy.
    LOL. But Phil, you must realize that some of your photos of mostly-clothed women are far more erotic than porn. You have a real gift for capturing beauty and sensuality on film.... er silicon chips....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loonster View Post
    How big is the watermark with purchased copies?

    (I'm thinking about making this my wallpaper)
    There is no watermark on the purchased images, digital or printed.
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    Click here to visit my photography web site.

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    Aileen is a makeup artist in Miami. She had been doing that for a few years and all of the models and photographers she worked with kept telling her that she should try modeling, so she did. When we worked together she had only been in front of the camera a few times, but she knew what to do from years of experience on other shoots. I was still pretty new and was learning how to "direct" models, and she encouraged me to be more vocal on the set. I learned a lot and we helped each other with our respective inexperience. She has since stopped modeling and gone back to her behind the scenes job doing makeup (she's quite good at it), but she still has possibly the best legs I've ever photographed.

    Five more of Aileen:









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    Last year I decided I needed to practice some small-scale studio techniques and used a wristwatch as my subject. The watch looks great when it's on my arm, but I had never noticed the small scratches all over the metal surface until I looked these photos on the computer screen. (This is also a good argument for sapphire crystals as the gemstone face is as clear as the day it was made.)

    Citizen Stiletto wristwatch:


    I'm also adding some "behind-the-scenes" shots just to demonstrate the crazy light placement I needed to set up for this shot. The hardest part of this was getting the angles just right so the numbers on the face would reflect the light source while also keeping the flat crystal from reflecting pure white light into the lens. It took about 45 minutes of trial-and-error to get it just right. What you can't see here is the extra step I used to create the slight highlight on the upper surface of the watchband. I had to hand-hold a white piece of paper above and behind the watch so that it reflect some light down onto the chrome links and block the main light so I could get a nice dark background. I tripped the shutter with a wired remote.

    In these you can see a small piece of cardboard I cut into a circle and used to stiffen the band so it would stand up for the photo. The "ice" under the watch is some kind of Lucite-type material used for shooting liquor commercials when they can't take time to replace melted ice on the set. You can get the cubes in several different shapes and sizes on Amazon for about $15 a bag.




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    Re: Phil's Photo Thread (NSFW)

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    I like this shot.

    My wife has a great eye for photography and uses a Nikon D90. (Started off with a D60.) She doesn't have a Macro lens yet and I'd like to get her one. I also got her a lighting kit.

    Phil, If you're willing (and I'm sure nobody here would mind) to post a few tips and things you've learned over the years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SDDuc996 View Post
    My wife has a great eye for photography and uses a Nikon D90. (Started off with a D60.) She doesn't have a Macro lens yet and I'd like to get her one. I also got her a lighting kit.

    Phil, If you're willing (and I'm sure nobody here would mind) to post a few tips and things you've learned over the years.
    If you're planning to buy her a macro lens for her birthday or an anniversary or something, I would recommend something in the 100-150mm range. I own a 50mm macro lens and I have to get really close to the subject for the full 1:1 magnification (the 1:1 ratio indicates the subject will be projected onto the film or sensor exactly the same size it actually is—1:4 magnification would yield an image one-fourth the actual size). With a longer lens she would be able to get a little standoff distance. This is great for insects and small animals that may be skittish (or, in the case of snakes, dangerous!) and still get a nice, tight composition. An added benefit of a decent macro lens is that most are prime lenses (no zoom) and tend to produce very sharp images even when they aren't being used for closeup work. A 100mm or longer lens can be used as a portrait lens and will likely make better pictures than a telephoto zoom (unless that zoom is a top-of-the-line lens, in which case it could be a draw). The only downside to using a macro for portraiture is that they aren't always the fastest lens in your bag, so they may not have the super shallow depth of field so treasured in a good portrait lens. Still, having a nice macro comes in handy every now and then.

    The wristwatch above was taken with my 50mm macro. You can see I was only about ten inches from the watch to the lens, but none of my other lenses would have been able to fill the frame with such a small subject.

    I'll try to post other things I've learned every now and then.
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    Re: Phil's Photo Thread (NSFW)

    Much appreciated Phil.

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